David Rickheim, DPT
As an avid marathon runner, Dave became very interested in running mechanics, training, and overall physical performance. He has always wanted to make a meaningful impact in peoples lives, and appreciates the amount of time he can spend with patients in his field. He continues to expand his skill set, and enjoys merging the academic side of medicine (research, texts, courses) to the practical clinical side of the medical practice. Dave enjoys working with runners and shoulder injuries.
Hannah Brodke, DPT
Hannah’s interest in physical therapy is connected to her love of movement. She grew up playing soccer and participated in dance and skiing, which lead her to appreciate the art of movement in life. Today, she has developed the tools to help others rehab to a pain free way of living.
Jim Kreibich, DC
Jim has been practicing chiropractic care for more than 19 years, and is experienced in treating patients from newborns to senior citizens. He loves helping people get better, and stay that way, by providing adjustments, stretching and strengthening exercises, and educating his patients on the steps to take control of their health and maintain it.
Heather Clayton, CMT
Heather specializes in therapeutic massage and Swedish massage techniques, including range of motion stretching to help relieve and relax the mind, body and muscles, and to help her patients’ joints to work better with their muscles in every day use. She is dedicated to keeping up-to-date on the latest massage therapy techniques through the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). A graduate of Anthem College, Heather has built her massage career across both injury clinics and spa centers across the Twin Cities metro area.
Sarah Fifer, CMT
Sarah specializes in rehabilitative massage techniques including trigger point therapy, fascial work, and sports injury. She has experience as a chiropractic assistant and an understanding of the comprehensive assessment of soft tissue and joint mobility. As a child, Sarah participated in sports including figure skating, gymnastics and ballet. She followed her love for ballet to The Juilliard School in New York City, graduating in 2010 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, and worked with massage and physical therapists throughout her dance career to keep her body fit and able to perform at the highest level. After returning from New York she decided to further her knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology by attending Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN, where she received her Certificate in Massage Therapy in 2012.